Amiga Format Issues 73 to 87

By the time Amiga Format was into its seventh year, I was well and truly in the middle of my Software Engineering degree at University. The course was centred around SUN Sparc stations running UNIX and IBM PC compatibles running MS-DOS and Windows for Workgroups 3.11.

The platform for all my development work and even word processing was dictated by the University and I along with many of my fellow students moved away from Amiga's and over to the IBM PC. I traded my 286 for a brand new Pentium 1 based PC with 16-bit on screen colour from a 24-bit pallette and a 16-bit sound card eclipsing the Amiga's sound and graphics capabilities for the first time. Quake 1